In the run up to Christmas (or should that be Hogmanay?) he's as active as ever in the cause of delegitimising the world's one and only Jewish state.
At the beginning of this month, for example, he joined Yvonne Ridley, the Press TV presenter and Muslim convert, in a brainstorming conference at Dundee University.
(Note, by the way, the logos of the affiliated campus organisations, with at least one leaving little doubt as to what "Action on Palestine" means to it.)
A week earlier Mr Napier was telling his Facebook clan (hat tip: Reader P):
A few days before that he declared:
The raison d'être and the thrust of the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign is encapsulated in the literature they hand out and display at their not infrequent Israel-bashing demos:
Even though their ultimate goal is not as apparent as, say, that of this group which has joined SPC members on marches:
Now, in the interests of good public relations if nothing else, the Palestine Solidarity Campaign headquartered in London has more than once avowed its opposition to overt manifestations of antisemitism. That is why, for example, it disapproves of branches linking to articles in the antisemitic online rag Redress.
And on 12 December SPSC chief Napier lost no time in rebuking a Glasgow-based follower of his, one Hamza Hussain, who posted an unequivocal antisemitic slur (Rev Stephen Sizer could and should take a leaf out of Mr Napier's book and admonish a few of his antisemitic followers):
"What about atrocities committed worldwide ... The list is endless ...."
Since the list is "endless", Mick, why is it only Israel you and your followers seek to boycott?